Cooking with the new MacBook Pro!
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    Default Cooking with the new MacBook Pro!

    my brother sent this to me the other day, thought you guys might like to read it...
    apparently the new macbook gets so hot, you could boil water on it... wonder if i could do eggs and bacon on it too?
    http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/18625/1/

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    Mmmm i could eat an MBP B.L.T.

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    A laptop that also works as a kettle, being British, I think I need to invest...
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    Oh yes .. tea and cake anyone?

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    poke ur knifes into the cd bay for a few minutes and voiala...
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    This does work, but apparently Apple did not think that the machine would get really hot. After all most of its users are not going to be taxing the brain of the machine playing their Coldplay or surfing the net looking for a girlfriend.
    i just lol pee'd

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    Apple had a similar problem with the G4 titanium. Had one and it would get so hot it could burn you (many reported incidents). The reason they went to aluminum was partially for better thermal dissipation. Now what are they going to do?

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    Any crumpets there on that tea tray?

    Oh Crumbs!!!

    Why do I always miss out?


    BWHAAHAHAHA

    My gran used to say CRUMBS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarasin View Post
    My gran used to say CRUMBS!

    LOL
    I know ive said it before on this forum.

    CRUMBS is my favourite word.

    It just makes me think of this:


    Gotta love DangerMouse.

    Back on topic.
    Apple always seem to have heat/battery issues:

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